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What is correct about the temperament of rats?

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Asked by Thesortinghat, Last updated: Oct 02, 2020

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i.Rubiny

i.Rubiny

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Answered Oct 04, 2017

Rats are generally docile and less aggressive than mice. While most people will cringe at the thought of having a rat for a pet, believe it or not, domestic rats make great pets! They are not aggressive, diseased and dirty animals, but in fact are clean, fun-loving, sensitive, very social and affectionate. They genuinely enjoy interacting with people and should be handled daily.

Rats are very intelligent and can be taught simple tricks, such as stay and sit and will often learn their names. They can also be litter box trained. Rats will often develop a connection with their owner, wanting daily attention. They will enjoy playing and snuggling with their owners.

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thesortinghat

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Answered Aug 28, 2017

Generally docile and less aggressive than mice
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